Affirmative Action

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Vanessa Reapor Ethnic Studies 244, Section 01 May 17, 2010 Affirmative Action Pro 1. “Necessary to equalize opportunities for racial minorities and women” (Chang). 2. “We need affirmative action because there are still employers who seen an Asian face and see a person who is unfit for a leadership positive” (Matsuda). 3. “The vast majority of UT students are admitted under the Top Ten Percent law, which plaintiffs agree is a race-neutral policy, and the undisputed evidence establishes UT has instituted several scholarship programs intended to increase the diversity yield from acceptance to enrollment, expanded the quality and quantity of its outreach efforts to high
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Unformatted text preview: schools in underrepresented areas of the state, and focused additional attention and resources on recruitment in low-performing schools” (Court Win for Affirmative Action). Anti 1. Promotes and takes place in the form of “selective enforcement, selective prosecution, and selective sentencing” (Chang). 2. “Characterize affirmative action as reverse discrimination or reverse racism” (Chang). 3. “The second major consequence of proportional representation is not an overall increase in the number of blacks and other preferred minorities in American universities, but rather the misplacement of such students throughout higher education” (D’Souza)....
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